While promoting her new film “Spare Parts,” a true story about undocumented Mexican high school students’ robotics club, Jamie Lee Curtis, who plays the school’s principal, weighed in on the immigration debate, saying she “really respects” President Barack Obama for acting alone on immigration.
The actress said, “Obama has taken a stand all by himself. He’s got nobody around him. He basically said ‘I’m as mad as hell and I’m not going to take it anymore. I need your help. Like we have to do something about this and you don’t want to do it so I am going to do it.’ And I really respect him for that.”
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